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Summer in Lofoten, Norway

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Summer in Lofoten


Top contributor haussmannvisuals created this stunning aerial tour of Norway's Lofoten Islands during the glorious summer months. The Lofotens are a chain of islands which lie of the coast of northern Norway, just within the Arctic Circle. For centuries, the islands were known for their cod fisheries, as giant schools of the fish come south from the Berents Sea to spawn off their shores. In more recent years, they have emerged as one of the up-and-coming travel destinations of Scandinavia. This video was a DVOW finalist in September, 2019.

Lofotens, Senja, and Andøya

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Loving Lofoten


Take an aerial tour of the northern reaches of Norway in this spectacular piece by contributor videobros, whose video of Mayan lands won the second annual Drone Video Awards in the People and Lifestyle category. The video features footage from the following locations: (1) the Lofoten Islands archipelago in Nordland County; (2) Senja, an island north of the Lofotens in Troms County; (3) the island of Andøya, which lies to the northwest of the Lofotens and is the northernmost part of Nordland County. This video was a DVOW finalist in September, 2019.   

DVOW Nominee in Jotunheimen, Norway

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Water and snow in Jotunheimen, Norway


The mountainous area of Jotunheimen is located in southern Norway. It is part of the long range known as the Scandinavian Mountains and the 29 highest peaks in Norway are all found within Jotunheimen. Drone pilot fotoknoff headed to the beautiful region to capture this stunning aerial film. Complete with shots of mountain bikers, cross country skiers, canoe boats, downhill skiers, and lovely shots of the boundless beauty the area has to offer this drone video will certainly leave you feeling inspired. This video was a DVOW finalist in August, 2019

DVA Nominated Drone Tour of Norway

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Discover Norway - A 100 days journey

Grim Berge

Grim Berge is an award winning content creator and aerial videographer.  When someone like him spends 100 days traveling around his native Norway making a drone travel video, you know it's going to be good.  This epic piece, featuring fjords, charming fishing villages, and boundless views from incredible perches, won both the Drone Video of the Week and the Drone Video of the Month distinctions here on AirVūz, and is now a Countries & Regions nominee in the 2nd Annual Drone Video Awards.

DVOW Finalist from Norway

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A flashback to my 7000+ km road trip all around Norway

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Drone Video Award finalist borsch created this beautiful video record of an epic 7k km (around 4k mi.) trip through Norway.  The video uses a combination of drone footage (DJI Mavic Pro 1 & 2) and ground footage.  In just 60 seconds, you will get a whirlwind tour of the country, home to some of the world's most beautiful scenery.  Highlights include shots of the Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen), the famous Henningsvær football field in the Lofoten Islands, and more. This was a DVOW nominee in August, 2019.

DVOW Nominee over Lofoten Islands

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Norway Lofoten Islands june 2019


DVOW finalist tsmedegard created this beautiful video showing some of the most iconic spots in the Lofoten Islands archipelago located off the coast of northern Norway. This video features the following locations: (1) Henningsvaer, an island village off the southern coast of Austvågøy; (2) Kvalvika Beach, on the northern coast of Moskenesøya; (3) Haukland Beach, on the western side of Vestvågøya; and (4) Uttakleiva, also on the island of Vestvågøya, just south of Haukland Beach. 

Movie Filming at Pulpit Rock

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Grim Berge

Award winning contributor Grim Berge created this amazing recreation of a scene from the 2018 blockbuster Mission: Impossible - Fallout from its original filming location.  Located in the western Norway, Preikestolen, aka the Pulpit Rock, features a vertical cliff of over 600 meters (almost 2k ft.) down to the Lysefjorden.  Shot mainly with a a DJI Inspire 2 drone, the video recreates an epic escape scene in the film, which was set in the Himalaya's but was in fact filmed right here in Norway. 

DVOW Finalist from Norway

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Norway's Epic Summer

Ryan Shirley

Norway is one of the most spectacular places in the world to capture by drone, with its far northern location, wide open spaces, and (relatively) friendly drone rules. Drone Video Awards nominee Ryan Shirley spent several days exploring the country’s Arctic Circle region, capturing the famous Henningsvaer Station, the Northern Lights, and the countless fjords, mountains, and breathtaking sunrises and sunsets that surround the Lofoten Islands. This video was a DVOW nominee in July, 2019.

DVOW Finalist from Northern Norway

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Northern Norway

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This video of the magnificent islands off the coast of northern Norway by AirVuz content creator Away earned him a finalist spot for the AirVūz Drone Video of the Week Contest.  The video covers the Lofoten Islands, as well as the nearby Senja Islands on the north Atlantic Ocean, north of the Arctic Circle.  With its surprisingly temperate climate given its far northern latitude, you'll will see why this region has become one of the most popular tourist spots in Scandinavia and indeed in all of Europe. 

DVOW Nominee from Arctic Norway

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Polar Night


If you're a fan of "The Polar Express," the Caldecott Medal winning book turned movie starring Tom Hanks, then you're going to love this piece by haussmannvisuals. In the middle of winter the sun never fully rises around the Arctic Circle, but that doesn't mean only darkness. The aerial shots of the peaking sun's hues, twilight's glow and evening's sparkle over the famous Lofoten Islands of Northern Norway are simply stunning. This video was nominated for Drone Video of the Week.

BASE Jumping at Kjerag

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Leave it to the PilotViking to capture some of the most intense footage above the cliffs of Western Norway.  The aerial footage he captured at the Kjerag mountain range contains chilling views of BASE jumpers and slack-liners.  Watch as these fearless adventurers take the leaps of a lifetime in this drone video.  This video was voted as the winner of the Sports category by vote of the AirVuz contributor community for the first Annual Drone Video Awards.

Pro Drone Reel from Norway

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FotoKnoff: Professional Drone Reel from Norway


Check out this amazing professional drone reel from Norway, compliments of contributor fotoknoff.  The reel shows a great range of both dynamic "action" shots such as spinning windmills, an epic reversed-direction overhead shot of a boat, as well as kayakers and others enjoying the great Norwegian outdoors.  Landscape shots include some of the country's legendary fjords and glaciers.  It also features timelapses of the capital city Oslo and even some Norwegian reindeer! This video was a DVOW nominee in April 2019.

Western Norway by Drone

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Discover Western Norway

Mohri Films

While Norway's largest city is in its southeastern region, most of the country's spectacular scenery lies on its west coast.  Along this long coastline lie a mind-boggling number of famous fjords, mountains, and towns and cities.  The visual cornucopia is the main reason why a large cruise ship trade has developed here.  In this video, contributor Mohri Films used a drone to create an epic captioned aerial tour of the Atlantic coastline.  It includes bird's eye views of Sognefjord, Trollstigen, Lovatnet, and more.   

DVOW Nominee from Northern Norway

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Nature Is Calling


In this video, contributor Uglefisk gives us an aerial tour of mainland Northern Norway as well as the Lofoten Islands which lie just to the west.  It includes some great views of  of Lofoten Henningsvaer Stadium - known as one of the coolest stadiums in the world - and the quaint fishing town that surrounds it. These shots, blended with hikers braving the ominous mountains, magnificent glaciers, and the aqua ocean waters make this Drone Video of the Week Nominee well worth the watch. 

Lofoten Islands by DJI Mavic Air

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Lofoten Experience - "Make your life matter" (NORWAY DRONE 4K)


The stunning and dramatic landscapes of the Lofoten islands provide the perfect backdrop for this inspirational and powerful message. Creator Eric_Avila_Gallardo used a DJI Mavic Air drone to create this epic aerial video of this most drone-able region which consists of a group of islands off the coast of northern Norway.  A nominee for our Drone Video of the Week contest, this masterpiece inspires us all and provides a gentle reminder to focus on our greater purpose.

Hordaland County, West Norway

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JW Media

Hordaland is one of the counties which comprise the Western Region of Norway.  Its administrative center is the port city of Bergen, Norway's second urban center, as well as Hardangerfjord, its second largest fjord.  It is a magical place of sparkling mountains and gigantic glaciers which feed into an endlessly long fjord.  Contributor JW Media spent a couple of days in Hordaland with his drone and produced this stunning aerial video of an icy paradise in the heart of Scandinavia.   

Norway by DJI Mavic Pro

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The Art of Drones Norway 4K Directors Cut

The Art Of Drones

For an aerial view of the spectacular natural scenery of western Norway, it's tough to beat this three and a half minute video by The Art of Drones.  The video was shot with a DJI Mavic Pro drone.  It features bird's eye views of some of the most iconic and popular spots in the heart of Norway's fjord country.  Highlights include Beseggen, Jotenheim National ParkKjerag, Trolltunga, Voringsvossen waterfall, Geiranger Fjord, and more scenes from the region, the most-visited part of this Scandinavian country. 

Seven Sisters Waterfall

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The Seven Sisters Waterfall

The Seven Sisters waterfalls is a natural phenomenon which has to be seen to be believed.  It is a system of seven related waterdalls on the northern side of Geirangerfjorden, in Møre og Romsdal county of Western Norway. The tallest of the falls has an enormous free fall of 250 meters (820 ft).  Contributor Aerial Norway created this epic aerial video of the falls, taken in early summer when the snow melting from the mountain peaks swell the flow over the falls.

One Week in Western Norway

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Norway | best of

Muhamad AbuShakra

Top contributor Muhamad AbuShakra has won multiple Drone Video of the Week awards for his videos of the Alps in Central Europe.  To make this magnificent piece, he headed to Western Norway for a one week backpacking trip.  Starting at the city of Stavanger, he travleled and filmed his adventure, resulting in some amazing aerial footage of such sights as the Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), the Kjeragbolten suspended boulder at nearby Kjerag Mountain, and of course some of the world's most famous fjords.  

Preikestolen: Norway's Pulpit Rock

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The Pulpit Rock

Grim Berge

The Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) is a major tourist attraction of Rogaland in the southwestern corner of Norway. The top of the rock, which is roughly 600 meters (2000 ft) above the base, is essentially a flat table from which tourists can view the Lysefjord fjord, one of Norway's biggest attractions.  Top contributor Grim Berge used a drone to treat us to a spectacular aerial view of this magnificent rock, the shooting location for a key scene in Mission: Impossible - Fallout (2018).  

Oslo: Norway's Capital City

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Flying over Oslo

Anders Edholm

At the end of the Oslofjord, in the southeastern part of Norway, lies its capital city Oslo.  The city was believed to be founded by Vikings in the 11th century.  It is the capital of Norway and the third largest city in Scandinavia after Stockholm and Copenhagen.  Contributor Anders Edholm flew a DJI Mavic Pro drone over this remarkable city on one of the great fjords of Norway.  Oslo hosted the 1952 Winter Olympics, the first Winter Games to be held since before World War II.

Summer in Southeastern Norway

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Norway: Summer is on it's way!

Beta Films

While winter in Norway is not without its charm, the country truly comes to life during the summer, when the scenery becomes green and the days become endless.  In this video, Beta Films captures the magic of eastern Norway as the season turns to summer.  The video features epic bird's eye views of the areas north of the country's capital Oslo (not far from the border with neighboring Sweden to the east), Nevelfjell, Lillehammer, Mesnali, and more.

Norway's Lyngen Alps

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Store Lakselvtinden, Lyngen Alps


Contributor Uglefisk created this amazing video of one of the highest peaks in the Lyngen Alps of northern Norway.  Contrary to what the name suggests, these mountains are not related to the Alps Mountain system; rather they are part of the Scandinavian Mountains system.  They are located in Troms County, which is north of the Arctic Circle.  Though not as tall as the "real" Alps, the Lyngen Alps present some of the most technically demanding climbing conditions in Europe.  

Troms County, North Norway

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In this drone video, top contributor Timoksanen takes us north of the Arctic Circle to Troms County in northern Norway.  Troms is the second most northern country of Norway, and it lies entirely above the 22.5 degree latitude mark which denotes the Arctic Circle.  Most of the area is covered by the Scandinavian Mountains, and (as is the case with almost all of Norway's Atlantic coastline) there are islands aplenty.  It's a pristine environment, far from Norway's major population centers.  

DVOW Nominee from Norway

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68°N - Nordland


Nordland is one of the northernmost counties in Norway. Part of the county, the southern Vega, is a UNESCO World Heritage site while the area in general has a more moderate climate than any other part of the arctic. As you can see in this drone video it is also one of the most beautiful parts of the world - from stunning mountains, to jagged cliffs that dive into the sea, gushing waterfalls, and beyond the Nordland, by Mavic 2 Pro, is a site to be seen. This video was a DVOW nominee in July, 2019.

Norway's Stave Churches

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Stave Church in Norway - 4K


In this video, PilotViking treats us to a bird's eye view of a stave church, a once common church design in northern and western Europe.  Thousands of these wooden churches were built over a wide area, mostly in the late Middle Ages.  Alas, while they were easier and cheaper to build than stone churches, they did not have the same longevity: very few remain and virtually all of them are located in Norway.  This is the Hopperstad Church in Vik, a town in Fjordane Couty of western Norway. 

Lillehammer: Olympic Host City

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Spring in Lillehammer (Norway) - A Bird's Adventure

Beta Films

Lillehammer is probably the best known city in eastern Norway, after the capital city Oslo.  It is situated in Oppland County, about 170 km (approximately 100 mi) north of the capital.  It is in a valley surrounded by mountains.  Lillehammer is perhaps best known for hosting the 1994 Winter Olympics.  Lillehammer enjoys the distinction of being the northernmost city to ever host the Olympics.  Beta Films brings us this amazing drone video of Lillehammer and its surroundings.

Varanger, Finnmark County

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Contributor Fotoknoff used a drone to create this epic video of a spot in the far northern reaches of Norway.  Varanger is a peninsula in Norway's Finnmark County, which is the northernmost part of mainland Norway.  It's the easternmost of a series of peninsulas which jut out into the Berents Sea.  The landcape is spectacular, more reminiscent of the Icelandic Highlands than the mountainous areas of northern Norway, which lie to its south.  

The Beautiful Lofoten Islands

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Lofoten Islands | Beautiful Norway in 4K


One of the remarkable aspects of Norway's Lofoten Islands is that the climate is relatively temperate despite sitting at a latitude within the  Arctic Circle.  Contributor 2guyswith a drone traveled to this amazing region of northwestern Norway with their DJI Phantom 3 Professional drone in February of 2017, in the depths of winter, to produce this amazing aerial film.   Once relatively unknown compared to spots further south, the Lofoten Islands have become an up-and-coming destination of Norway.  

The Nature of Norway

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Norway`s Nature 4K


From the fjords to the waterfalls, and then onto winsome waterside villages, every single frame of this beautiful production feels like a postcard.  OnFocus created an epic compilation of shots from across Western Norway, home of some of the world's most spectacular scenery.  The region covers the western part of the country from its southern tip up through its "thickest" part before it narrows and transitions to the Central Norway region.  The video was shot with a DJI Phantom 4 Professional drone.  

Norway's Osloforrest

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The Osloforrest


Kaosolsen created this stunning drone video of the vast forest area which surrounds Norway's capital city Oslo.  Sometimes called Marka, the area is a major recreational area for the residents of Oslo, one of the largest cities in Scandinavia.  Although the area is not formally part of Oslo, its use is heavily restricted by law.  As you'll see from the video, it's an area of almost fairy tale like beauty, endless expanses of trees and serene looking lakes.

Mavic Pro 2 Views of Northern Norway

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Northwest Norway Above - Sunndalsøra | Drone 4K


Shot on the DJI Mavic Air and DJI Mavic 2 Pro with Polar Pro ND-filter, drone pilot vegardho brings us one of the most moving videos we have seen yet of northwest Norway. A Drone Video of the Week nominee in March of 2019, the 4K quality video brings us up over the snow-capped mountains, down to the rushing rivers, and out towards the sea at sunset. It’s magnificent in its breadth and quality; a short, cinematic gem. Bravo, vegardho!

Trondheim: Norway's Third City

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Sunrise over a Norwegian City


Contributor Philipmi created this beautiful aerial mini-tour of Trondheim, the principal city of Norway's Central region.  With a population of about 170,000, Trondheim is the third largest city in the country after Oslo and Bergen.  It's situated in Trøndelag County, one of two which make up Central Norway as an administrative region.  Trondheim is known as being one of the most educated cities in Europe, and is home to numerous universities and research organizations.  

DVA Finalist Dronie from Norway

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Dronie from an Island in the South of Norway


Dropped in the middle of a Norwegian sea atop a small islet, contributor hopenorway casts his drone up into the air and gives it a big smile.  There are many ways to take a good dronie, but what makes this one baffling is that although he's surrounded by sea water, there's not one drop of water on his knickers. It's one of the reasons why this video was nominated as a Finalist in the Dronies category for the second annual AirVuz Drone Video Awards. 

Norway's Greatest Church

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Medieval Cathedral in Norway


Top contributor hopenorway created this magnificent drone video of a well known cathedral in Central Norway.  Trondheim's Nidaros Cathedral pre-dates the Reformation - it was built during the Middle Ages, completed around 1300.  Today, it's considered the most important church in the Church of Norway, which is a branch of Lutheranism.  The structure was built on the burial site of King Olav II, the country's patron saint, and historically has been the coronotion site for the kings and queens of Norway.  

Four Spots in Southern Norway

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Norway - The Wild South


Take an aerial tour of some of the most beautiful scenery in southern Norway, compliments of contributor do_you_even_hike.  The video features footage of the following:  (1) Hardangervidda, a plateau which covers parts of several counties in south-central Norway, the largest in Europe; (2) Rallarvegen, a bike trail which starts in Buskerud County and ends in Hordaland; (3) and (4) the spectacular Voringsfossen waterfall and the famous Trolltunga rock formation, both also in Hordaland County. 

DVOW Nominee from the Lofotens

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LOFOTEN (July 2019)


Top contributor timoksanen used a DJI Mavic Pro 2 to create this DVOW nominated aerial tour of the Lofoten Islands, an archipelago off the northern coast of Norway. The video opens with an epic shot of the now-famous football field in the village of Henningsvær. From there, you will be taken around some of the other spots in the chain, most of which lies above the Arctic Circle.  You'll see some of its campgrounds, it's distinctive blue-green waters, and other top sights, including some epic timelapse shots. 

Norway Compilation

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Norway - The Happiest Country in the World

AirVūz Social

Norway is said to be "The Happiest Country" in the world and with breathtaking landscapes as seen in this drone video compilation, it's easy to understand why it gets that claim to fame! Immerse yourself in Vikings history in the capital city of Oslo, or check out famous hiking locations like Preikestolen “Pulpit Rock” or Trolltunga. Whether you are seeking an urban vibe, breathtaking landscapes, or an arctic experience, Norway will surely brighten your mood!

Profile of Grim Berge

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The Drone Dish: Grim Berge

The Drone Dish

In this segment of Drone Dish, Tyler catches up with Grim Berge, one of the top aerial videographers in Europe.  Hailing from Norway, he was nominated for the Drone Video Awards in each of its first two seasons, "Summer is Coming" for the first and "Discover Norway: A 100 Day Journey" for the second.  Having started flying back in 2012 with custom-made drones, Grim is a wealth of aerial filming knowledge, and his work has been featured in numerous TV shows, movies, and commercials.  


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Norway - Nordic Paradise

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Norway Roadtrip

Ekermann production
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Lofoten aerial

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Happy Norway!

Brent De Bleser
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Norwegian Dreams